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Rare talks about the benefits of working with the Xbox One and next-gen Kinect.
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Jim Veevaert has crossed over from making games like Halo 3 to Zynga’s social games like Ruby Blast. He says he’s never going back.
When it was released alongside the Kinect last November, Kinect Sports was one of those easy purchases for a good majority of the peripheral’s early adopters. It was easy to jump in, fun for the whole family and a good display of what the 3D camera motion-sensing system could do. It was also filled with flaws and glitches that affected the game’s visuals and gameplay. Now, one year later, Rare and Microsoft return with Kinect Sports: Season 2.